Fifty-two of our favorite… Nineties (1994–2003) albums!
By: Deb Chachra
I thought I had imagined the New Pornographers.
By: David Levine
David Levine on FEVER TO TELL
By: Gordon Dahlquist
A singer lucidly stranded between how smart she is and how often her smarts haven’t helped her.
By: Carl Wilson
We tilted against received falsehoods, but what would it actually mean to be free of them?
By: Kaleb Horton
Kaleb Horton on STREETCORE
By: Jessamyn West
Jessamyn West on ALL HAIL WEST TEXAS
By: Erin M. Routson
It was so noisy, crunchy and abrasive, but I was hooked.
By: Erik Davis
Erik Davis on DOPESMOKER
By: Tom Nealon
Written in the wake of 9/11, it feels what we all felt.
By: Jason Cohen
Jason Cohen on IS THIS IT
By: Jenny Davidson
“I can get a straight job/done it before/Never minded working hard/it’s who I’m working for”
By: Matthew De Abaitua
I fall in and out of love with it on every listen. Sometimes, I hate it.
By: Crystal Durant
YELL, IT WILL MAKE YOU FEEL BETTER!
By: Lauren Oliver
Lauren Oliver on SOUND-DUST
By: Judith Zissman
The messy broken bits of TALLAHASSEE are still the ones I love most.